Head of Security
Facts and FAQ

What kind of company is Head of Security?

Head of Security is a security operations management, support and consulting company that acts as and provides an additional layer of trust between those that need security and security service providers.

What does Head of Security do?

Head of Security connects people and businesses that need physical security services and providers with the security companies and security officers who provide security services while providing project management and consulting services to ensure proper, compliant and smooth security operations through our consulting practice called Red Shield.

What is Red Shield?

Red Shield is Head of Security’s consulting practice that provides project management, compliance, verification and programs geared to ensure people and business that need security receive services from properly vetted security service providers and their officers.

What is HS3?

HS3 is Head of Security’s Software-as-a-Service, or SaaS, platform that connects Clients with Agencies and their Agents. Clients can find and hire Agency(ies) to provide security services with their Agents while Agents and Agencies can find each other in order to provide security services to the Agency’s Clients.

What is a Client?

Clients are people and businesses that need security and security services.

What is an Agency?

Agencies are security companies that have proper licensing and insurance through both state and federal agencies. We partner up with these Agencies to connect them with Clients as well as Agents through our HS3 platform.

What is an Agent?

Agents are security officers, security guards or all other similar references who provide the actual physical security and security services. Head of Security recruits these individuals to connect them with our Agency partners who will then, in turn, assign them to security service requests from Clients.

Is Head of Security, Head of Security LLC or HS3 a security company, aka a security agency?

No. No we are not. No in other languages:

Afrikaans – Nee
Albanian – Jo
Amharic – Aye
Arabic – Laa
Armenian – Votch
Asturian – Non, nun
Azerbaijani – Yox
Basque – Ez
Bengali – Na
Bosnian – Ne
Breton – Nann
Bulgarian – Ne
Cantonese – M hai
Catalan – No
Cornish – Na
Creole – Non
Croatian – Ne
Czech – Ne
Dagaare – Aí
Danish – Nej
Dutch – Nee
English – No
Esperanto – Ne
Estonian – Ei
Eurish – No
Farsi – Nah
Finnish – Ei
French – Non
Frisian – Nee
Galician – Nom – Non
Georgian – Ara
German – Nein
Greek – O’hi
Gujarati – Naa
Hawaiian – `A`ole
Hebrew – Lo
Hindi – Nahi
Holooe – M¯-sï
Hungarian – Nem
Icelandic – Nei
Ido – No
Indonesian – Tidak
Interlingua – No
Irish – Ní hea, nil
Italian – No
Japanese – Iie
Korean – A-nim-ni-da , A-ni-yo
Latin – Non, Minime
Latvian – Ne
Lithuanian – Ne
Luganda – Nedda
Malaysian – Tidak
Mandarin – Bú shì
Marshallese – Jaab
Norwegian – Nei
Occitan – Non, nani ( formal )
Polish – Nie
Europortuguese – Não
Portuguese – Não
Quecha – Manan
Romanian – Nu
Russian – Net
Serbian – Ne
Sesotho – Tjhee
Slovak – Nie
Slovenian – Ne
Spanish – No
Swahili – Hapana
Swedish – Nej
Tagalog – Hindi
Thai – Mai-chai/mai-oua
Tswana – Nnyaa
Turkish – Hayžr
Ukrainian – Ni
Vietnamese – Không
Welsh – Nage
Wolof – [No]
Xhosa – Hayi
Yiddish – Neyn
Zulu – Cha

You get it.

Has Head of Security, Head of Security LLC or HS3 ever claimed to be a security company, aka a security agency?

Please see above. But, no. No we have not.